The representative of Mohamed Elneny has denied reports the Arsenal loanee and current Besiktas midfielder has been offered to Serie A club AC Milan.

The 27-year-old moved to Turkey previous summer, joining the Black Eagles on a season-long loan from the Gunners.

Elneny has since featured in nine matches for Abdullah Avcı’s men, including four in the UEFA Europa League.

This is after a bumpy start to his time in Istanbul, where he was sent off in his debut match and subsequently handed a three-match ban.

The midfielder has been connected with a move to other European clubs, including Rossoneri and his agent Alan Nazmy has silenced the speculation.

“We didn’t offer Elneny to any club and we don’t have a partnership with the agency which the Italian media is talking about,” Alan said, as reported by Kingfut.

Mohamed will be expected to feature when his side take on Konyaspor in their next league match on Saturday.

Meantime, RB Salzburg ace Erling Haaland’s father has reportedly visited Arsenal with the north Londoners firmly in the hunt to sign the teenager.

The Red Devils are widely considered as the favourites to land the 19-year-old, who has scored 26 times in 18 appearances for his side during the 2019-20 campaign.

Erling’s father, Alf-Inge Haaland, has reportedly recently visited Manchester United’s training complex to discuss a switch to the Old Trafford outfit.

However, according to Bild, a visit to the Gunners has also been made as the London side are just as keen as the Red Devils to sign the Norway international.